did anyone read this story in today's The Daily Advertiser ? We are SO EXCITED about this event and truly honored to have been chosen as their charity ! the amazing street machine team will be hosting a charity auction during this event with funds raised from the auction being donated to angels for the forgotten for our programs aimed at vulnerable youth.
i have a feeling 2014 is going to be an awesome year, if you didnt read the story you can check it our here on this link: http://www.dailyadvertiser.com.au/story/1996279/revamped-auto-show-geared-for-wagga-return/?cs=148
to check out all the details you can visit there Facebook page here https://www.facebook.com/pages/Street-Machine-Nationals/281355116765
Tonight on Prime7 News Wagga showed the below story , one of our many clients was so overwhelmed with the support she received from us that she contacted local media because she wanted people to know how grateful she was for the support , she also wrote to the local paper and WIN news also did a story.
the angels team are extremely humbled for the wonderful appreciation she has shown and we wish her and her children all the best in 2014
this story shows i think that our work is not just a simple one time gesture, we often work with familys over a few months ensuring they are ok .
to see the story simply click the link. http://au.prime7.yahoo.com/n4/news/a/-/local/20503824/angels-saved-my-christmas-video/
The Albury/ Wodonga Christmas appeal is now complete with over 200 Santa sacks of presents and hampers delivered for local children, youth and families.
A HUGE thank you to all those individuals and businesses who contributed or donated.
Also a huge thank you to our wonderful helpers including Angela, Deb, Kylie, Cynthia, Judy, Wendy, Claire, Jenni, Rohan and Lou.
Apologies to anyone I have forgotten but my utmost thanks to all involved!
Angels for the forgotten Inc